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[image]Bugle Call Rag / Pig Ankle Strut - Cannon's Jug Stompers

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[image]Minglewood Blues / Madison Street Rag - Cannon's Jug Stompers

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[image]Noah's Blues / Ripley Blues - Cannon's Jug Stompers

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[audio]Cannon's Jug Stompers - Bring It With You When You Come - Cannon's Jug Stompers
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Keywords: Country Music; 78rpm; 1920s
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[audio]Cannon's Jug Stompers-Pig Ankle Strut - Cannon's Jug Stompers
Recorded on September 5, 1928 in Memphis. See notes for "Minglewood Blues" and "Viola Lee Blues" for lineup.
Keywords: Music; Acoustic; Blues; 78rpm; Hokum
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[audio]Cannon's Jug Stompers-Minglewood Blues - Cannon's Jug Stompers
Recorded on January 30, 1928 in Memphis, Tennessee. This recording features Gus Cannon on banjo and jug (Cannon created a contraption to hang the jug from his band so he could blow and pick banjo at the same time), Ashley Thompson on vocals and guitar and Noah Lewis on the harp. Minglewood was a lumber camp in Ashley, Tennessee, which was popular amongst musicians in the Mississippi Delta as a "hot spot." This tune became a popular staple of the Grateful Dead...
Keywords: Music; Acoustic; Blues; 78rpm; Hokum
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[audio]Cannon's Jug Stompers-Viola Lee Blues - Cannon's Jug Stompers
Recorded on September 20, 1928 presumably in Memphis. The lineup is the same as on "Minglewood Blues," only Noah Lewis sings. The line "ain't got a jail sentence, you must be Nashville bound," refers to the common practice in the South at that time of sometimes not sentencing black men who were arrested for certain crimes. Rather, they would often be sent to places where they had to work very hard, which was often worse than a jail sentence.
Keywords: Music; Acoustic; Blues; 78rpm; Hokum
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